At Zook Cabins, we design, craft, and deliver park model homes all across Ohio. Whether you want to vacation in East Harbor State Park or plan to invest in a park model campground, we build park models with longevity in mind. Wanting a specific aesthetic or addition? We add every customization wish, building the park model home of your dreams. Your park model home, your way.
Our Ohio Park Model Home Styles
What’s a park model home if it doesn’t feel like home? Each of our park model homes for sale include a luxury bathroom, kitchen with appliances, water heater, and more. In order to ensure your safety, we craft each park model in Ohio according to ANSI 119.5 standards, complete with a RVIA Seal.
Our completed builds
Do I need a permit for a park model home in Ohio?
Since park model homes in Ohio are built according to ANSI 119.5 standards with an RVIA Seal, building codes do not apply. Generally, permits are not needed; park model homes are classified as RVs. However, it is important that you receive all the needed details from your local government before you move a park model home on your property in Ohio. Additionally, permits will be required to transport your park model across highways.
Ohio Park Model Homes: FAQs
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Ideal Locations for Your Park Model Homes in Ohio
While Ohio is the “heart of it all,” where is the ideal location for you? Our list of prime locations for your park model home may spark your imagination.
- Delaware County: Home to 4,630-acres of hiking and water opportunities, Alum Creek State Park stands as a prime location for continuous recreational activities. With a park model cabin in Delaware County, Ohio, adventure is just a snap away.
- Belmont County: Abounding with rugged hills, dense woodland, and the scenic Piedmont Lake, this county offers a charming resting spot for a vacation park model home.
- Ottawa County: Imagine vacationing in a park model home situated along Lake Erie’s shoreline. And now stop. This could very well be your reality in Ohio: park model cabin on a parcel of Ottawa County land and a cup of coffee in your hand.
What will your cabin story Be?
"…a moment or two later another branch broke, and they began to realize that they had a little company. His father turned around and turned on the flashlight, and there 30′ from their family campfire stood an unexpected visitor…A BEAR…the perfect example of the memories that can be made and shared at the prefab log home."